The title of this thesis is: The Customary Law of Intestate Succession. The African customary law relating to intestate succession has always been known to discriminate against women. The thesis therefore focuses on the customary law of intestate succession in the countries of South Africa, Ghana and Swaziland and the inroads they
1 Republic of South Africa The Republic of South Africa is one, sovereign, democratic state founded on the following values: (a) Human dignity, the achievement of equality and the advancement of human rights and freedoms. (b) Non-racialism and non-sexism. (c) Supremacy of the constitution and the rule of law.
speaking people groups in South Africa, called the south-eastern Bantu (Meyer 2012:33). They settled in the northern, eastern and central parts of South Africa, forming clans with their own identities and hierarchical socio-political rank structures. These groups or clans consisted of the Nguni and
(a) African Customary Law It has always been assumed that customary law is bad for women and tends to favour men. While certain rights enjoyed by men under customary law were not enjoyed by women, research has shown that there was an explanation for that situation which was tenable (Women and Law in South Africa: 1993). The fact that
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Kindly assist with the following prescribed books: New entrepreneurial law (2014) by piety deiport The law of succession in South Africa 3rd ed (2017) Oxford university press cape town Casebook on the law of succession 4th ed (2002) unisa pretoria South African family law 4th ed (2015) lexisnexis by Heaton J and kruger H
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